Creditors say Rudy Giuliani treating bankruptcy ‘as a joke’

Creditors say Rudy Giuliani treating bankruptcy ‘as a joke’


As Rudy Giuliani’s bankruptcy hearing is set for Wednesday, creditors are warning he isn’t taking bankruptcy seriously. 

In December, Giuliani filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after two Georgia election workers were awarded a $148 million defamation judgment after Giuliani spread a false conspiracy theory the pair were involved with election fraud related to the 2020 election. Now, creditors say he is treating it “as a joke.”

“Since day one, Giuliani has regarded this case and the bankruptcy process as a joke, hiding behind the facade of an elderly, doddering man,” a committee of creditors wrote in court documents filed Monday.  

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U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane is set to address three different proposals from Giuliani and his creditors, who say Giuliani’s proceedings with Chapter 11 bankruptcy

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